Misamis Occidental

Christmas of the world, the Tangub experience

Happy Christmas from Japan 🙂

Capping the year 2012 with an exhilarating trip to Tangub City, dubbed as the Christmas Capital of the Philippines and this year’s theme captured my years of travels and inspirations. It is the best way to revisit the places I had been and getting inspired again.

This year, Tangub City goes global in their Christmas celebrations and impressive are their Christmas decorations and life-size yuletide abodes of merrymaking. They are sources of inspiration by so many as far away who visited it each night since they have officially opened the year’s celebrations. Continue reading

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Oroquieta: The time stood still on the boulevard!

Oroquieta City’s grand boulevard

There is one place in Mindanao that I loved to go, sit and reflect in front of a vista of natural beauty and that is the boulevard of Oroquieta City. Known for its peace and order stability, Oroquieta is one place to be when you journey on self-healing and discovery. I was recently in this lovely city for a brief training run for our JCI affairs and after I have rendered my lecture, went out of the hall, took my Travey for a spin and took a 15-minute photowalk along the boulevard. Continue reading

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Photoblog 106: binded we burn

Categories: Misamis Occidental, Ozamis City, Photoblog | 4 Comments

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